Support Staff & Services

  1. Mrs. Denise Hotz
    LCESC Auxiliary Support Personnel/Remedial Reading & Title I Math

    Mrs. Hotz will be here Mondays and Wednesdays for Reading and Tuesdays for Title I Math. If your child will be coming to see Mrs. Hotz, parents/guardians will be notified. If you would like to reach Mrs. Hotz, or have any questions, please e-mail her.

  2. Mrs. Peggy Cameron
    Language Intervention Teacher

    Mrs. Cameron has been at RC for over 32 years! She formally worked as the LCESC speech/language pathologist here, and now she currently works with students who do NOT qualify for special education services or who have not been tested for special education services. Typically, Mrs. Cameron will work with students in the areas of vocabulary development, written language, listening skills, following directions, or any area that a student may need additional educational support. Mrs. Cameron is at RC this school year on Mondays and Wednesdays. She can be reached for questions or possible referrals at (419) 478-8066 or via e-mail at

  3. Ms. Grace Stobaugh
    LCESC ASP School Counselor

    Please contact Ms. Stobaugh if you have any concerns or questions.

  4. Mrs. Terrie Stevens
    LCESC ASP Clerk
  5. Mrs. LaRue
    LCESC ASP Speech/Language Pathologist

    This is Mrs. LaRue’s second year at RC. Mrs. LaRue will be working with students who have speech or language delays as well as those on Service Plans.

  6. Mrs. Clear
    School Nurse

    Mrs. Clear can be found at RC everyday, except Wednesday, from 10:30-12:30.

  7. Mrs. Hinton
    Intervention Specialist

    Mrs. Hinton joined the Regina Coeli supporting staff as an Intervention Specialist in 2016. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis on Education from the University of Toledo and a Masters degree in Special Education from Bowling Green State University. Mrs. Hinton’s diverse knowledge in education consists of over 20 years of experience that expands the areas of an administrator, classroom and resource teacher, school counselor, and student advocate. She enjoys spending time with her husband of 13 years and their two children. Her educational philosophy is, “If the child can’t learn the way we teach, we should teach the way they learn.”-Ignacio Estrada